Category Archives: Structures

Traditional Plant Use: the first communion

I have a fervent interest in how humans use plants. While there is no need to travel very far to see that (we can see it in our supermarkets every day), the way indigenous people (on any country) use plants … Continue reading

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The Living Bridge of Cherrapungee

Location: Northeast India, Cherrapungee. I’ve got to see this living bridge in India. It was practically woven out of the fallen trunks of the betel nut palm (I am assuming Areca catechu) and the roots of the Indian rubber tree … Continue reading

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